Organizers said the event could bring in around 30- to 50,000 people. and with over 700 vendors, there’s something for everyone.
The amber waves of grain are about to turn into bean pods as farmers report they’ll plant millions of acres in soybeans.
A government report shows Kansas growers are planning to plant more soybeans and corn this spring.
The Trump administration won’t ban chlorpyrifos, a common pesticide used on food.
This rain is just what the doctor ordered for farmers across the state.
About 20 Ohio farmers spent the weekend rebuilding fences in Ashland.
One Stafford student is focused on finding a way to end world hunger.
The House gave first-round approval on a voice vote to a bill that would allow state universities and colleges to grow industrial hemp
Agriculture secretary nominee Sonny Perdue says he would make government programs more efficient while working to create jobs.
The rusty patched bumblebee on Tuesday became the first officially endangered bee species in the continental U.S..
The latest snapshot of Kansas crop conditions shows the lack of rain is hurting the state’s winter wheat crop.
More than a dozen trucks loaded with hay bales left South Dakota Wednesday and Thursday destined for ranches in Colorado and Kansas.
Ranchers in Clark County are still learning how much they’ve lost in cattle.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment encourages farmers and ranchers who have lost livestock in the ongoing wildfires .
A sweet, nutty-tasting new grain called Kernza is getting a big boost from food giant General Mills.